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Psych Exam, Part 3

Module 3: Lifespan Development

Erikson's Stages basic trust vs. basic mistrust autonomy vs. shame and doubt initiative vs. guilt industry vs. inferiority identity vs. role confusion intimacy vs. isolation generatively vs. stagnation ego-integrity vs. despair
Piaget's Stages pre-operational concrete operational formal operational
Kohlberg's Stages pre-conventional conventional post-conventional
Schema mental structures used to organize knowledge and guide cognitive processes and behavior
Assimilation Modifying or changing new information to fit into what we already know (our schemas)
Accommodation Modifying or changing what we already know so new information fits better
Zone of Proximal Development Difference between what someone can do without assistance and with assistance
Teratogen An agent that indices abnormalities in a fetus
Stages of prenatal Development Germinal, Embryonic, Fetal
Moro Reflex Occurs usually when a baby is startled, head is thrown back and arms & legs are extended and then pulled back in
Rooting Reflex Automatic and unearned response to a gentle stimulus, infant turns head and makes sucking noise when a bottle or finger in applied to cheek or corner of mouth
Attachment Styles Secure, anxious/ambivalent, disorganized, avoidant
Parenting Styles Permissive, authoritative, neglectful and authoritarian
Stages of Adolescent Development Early (11-14, middle (15-17) and late (18-21)
Emerging Adulthood An in-between of adolescence and adulthood that is starting to emerge
Five Stages of Grief Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance
Created by: scheeri
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